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Religious organisations shirk moral duties

For all good deaths there are deaths that are horrible. And it’s not
because of the lack of resources, compassion or good will that this is
so.

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Beyond the community

Tassos Douvartzides argues all languages must have the opportunity to be delivered through a variety of providers.

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Antipodes: What of Greek culture?

Fotis Kapetopoulos talks to Greek Australian creative leaders about the Anitpodes Festival.

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On the Spit – Looking for the malaka

On the Spit tackles the new notion of ‘malaka’ while warning of Iranians seeking reparation for Alexander the Great’s invasion of Persia in 323 BC!

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Can we ever be serious as a nation?

Sydney academic Associate Professor Vrasidas Karalis wonders whether the politicans who have led Greece into its current economic predicament will face the music.

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Liberal Renaissance will have to wait

Nick Economou casts his eyes over the State election results in South Australia and Tasmania and the poor portends for the Liberals federally.

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Koukouloforoi, bombs and Greek coffee

Guy Rundle gives a personal take on the current political situation in Greece.

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The value of atheist conventions

Chris Fotinopoulos makes the case that people with faith emphasise the value of diversity yet view those who are free of faith as morally unfit to participate in their discussions.

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Now is the time to lobby for modern Greek

The release of the Federal Government’s National Curriculum proposal and the review of which priority languages to include in the National Curriculum presents a historic window

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Crashing through with Kevin?

Dr Nick Economou opines: with a general election imminent Labor needed something big to restore its ascendency in the policy debate.

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